PUBLICATION DATE 11/05/2021
Laser engraving is a technique based on the use of a laser beam to alter the surface of an object. This process creates images visible to the naked eye on the object. The laser emits heat high enough to pulverize the material, forming cavities that will form the final image. This is a quick method, as the material is removed with each pass of the laser. The depth of the marks and the thickness of the line are managed by the number of passes of the beam.